It's going to be a great weekend in Delray...
Sunny and about 75 degrees. The weather promises to be perfect for whatever you decide to do and there is lots to choose from.
Friday, January 11
7:30 - 10:30 p.m.
Free Friday Concerts at the Pavilion featuring Plaid Lazer - hip hop
Old School Square
51 No. Swinton
Bring blankets or lawn chairs
No pets, food or drinks allowed but food trucks are on site.
For more information, call 561.43.7922 or visit Delray Center for the arts.
Saturday, January 12
8 - noon
All you can eat Pancake Breakfast and Yard Sale (Proceeds benefit family of late paramedic, Eric Patrie.)
Delray Beach Fire Rescue Headquarters
501 W. Atlantic Ave
Cost: $5 adults, $3 ages 4-10; free for age 3 and younger.
For more information call 561.779.4106 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
10 - 5 p.m.
26th Annual Boca Fest (Saturday and Sunday)
The Shops of Boca Raton
5250 Town Center Circle
Boca Raton, FL 33486
Cost: Free Admission
This popular art and craft fest is always crowded and parking is limited so go with others if you can.
Ten minute theatrical shorts
Delray Beach Playhouse
950 NW Ninth St.
For more information, call 561.272.1281, x 4.
Sunday, January 13
A dozen local authors discuss and sell their books
Delray Beach Public Library
100 W. Atlantic Ave.
For more infomation, call 561.266.9490
Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza
It's a chain, but they have great pizza
115 Northeast 6th Avenue
Delray Beach 33483
$$$ out of $$$$$
Les Miz - Click to see trailer.
PG-13, and they mean it. Not suitable for younger children.
Everyone I know who's seen it has enjoyed it despite the low ratings its received.
Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks
You know when Sparks is the author, its about love. And this time it's about heartbreak and how we have to learn to trust again.
Click here to read synopsis.